Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan (IT@M) description
Launched in 2016, the Inclusive Teaching at Michigan series (IT@M) is now a signature program of the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching. IT@M offers U-M instructors opportunities to learn from experts as well as think together, build skills, and share strategies around the many dimensions of inclusive and equity-focused teaching. Offered annually in May, the series consists of at least one full week of workshops and resources designed to support instructors in cultivating impactful, effective, and equitable teaching and learning spaces.
IT@M 2021 will be held virtually, via Zoom, in line with our COVID-19 precautions and guidelines. Interested instructors can now register for any of the workshops in the series. To learn more about this year’s program, please read our most recent blog, “An Invitation to the 2021 Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan series: Widening the Lens: Equity Focused Teaching.”
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Since we are virtual this year, we have created a couple of IT@M-themed Zoom backgrounds. Feel free to download and use one or both of them.
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Previous Blog posts
- Transparent Teaching: A Focus of This Year’s Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan Series
- Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan series 2018: Engaging Undergraduates as Teaching-Learning Partners
- Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan: May 2017 Series
- Inclusive Teaching @ Michigan: Registration Open for May Workshop Series